The Israeli daily Haaretz reported on Monday that the Israeli regime supplied “Super-Dvora MK III” navy boats to Myanmar as recently as April, “when the Myanmar… army was already being accused of war crimes.” Keep Reading
Shameem Ahsan, Bangladesh’s ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, told a donors meeting on Monday that his country was pursuing efforts with Myanmar to find a “durable solution” to the crisis. But Myanmar continued to issue “propaganda projecting Rohingyas as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh,” Reuters reported. Keep Reading
Up to 12,000 more children join them every week, fleeing ethnic cleansing or hunger in their native Myanmar, still traumatized by atrocities they witnessed, Unicef said in a report “Outcast and Desperate”. Keep Reading
Speaking on Tuesday, Ayatollah Khamenei urged practical measures by Islamic governments to end the crisis in Myanmar. Keep Reading
The head of the protesters, said Monday in a statement that Italians, Arabs and Muslims organized a protest outside the Myanmar embassy against Rohingya’s persecution, genocide and ethnic cleansing. “The protest was licensed and permitted by the Italian authorities,” the statement read. Keep Reading
“An emergency, food, life support and hygiene package has been prepared by the Red Crescent to be sent to Myanmar,” said the head of the organisation, Morteza Salimi, according to the ISNA news agency. Keep Reading
“Over the past three years more than 140,000 Rohingya Muslims have been living in grave conditions in refugee camps in Myanmar and in many other countries, including Indonesia,” the Change.org petition explains. Keep Reading
During the rallies, held after the Friday prayers, the protesters chanted slogans such as “Death to Israel” and “Death to the US” and “Death to Zionists” and “Allahu Akbar” – God is the greatest in Arabic. Keep Reading
Reports reaching here said that dozens of protesters after congregational prayers took out a protest rally to protest against what they termed the persecution of Muslims in Myanmar.
Eyewitnesses said that police used massive force including teargas shells to disperse the protesters who pelted stones on them. Intense clashes were going in the area when this report was filed.
He appealed to the state employees to stand against this “barbarism” and wear black badges on arms and hoist black flags on all the government institutions and offices on September 8, as a mark of protest against this ethnic genocide. Keep Reading